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The Upside man spring-summer collection is chill

If you haven’t heard of The Upside, then you need to have.

It’s athleisure threads with an easy-to-wear, snappier feel than the other stuff out there on the market, working with collections and a style all their own.

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Founded by Jodhi Meares, this season’s collection takes its cues from Wimbledon for inspiration, resulting in a collection with a distinct 70s tennis vibe that will launch in time with the start of the tournament. The classic tennis colourways of navy, red, grey and white are paired with pops of prints throughout the range, but it’s distinctly wearable.

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With items from classic tees made in pima cotton and mesh shorts, ribbed tanks and tees with embroidery and a bit more character than most, it’s a range that’s equal parts casually suave as it is workable for a good sweat session.

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What’s a hot season range, though, without a casual bomber jacket, shorts in black textured jacquard and quick-dry fabrics to take you from beach-to-bar in a second, if that’s your thing.

Check out more at The Upside website here.

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James Banham is an Australian lifestyle, fashion and entertainment journalist. His writing can be found on these many topics and more in print and online publications around the country.
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